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SAS doctors are staff grade, associate specialist and specialty doctors. They typically are four years post qualification with at least two years in a given specialty and spend the majority of their time working in the NHS.
An overview of the UK SASC, its priorities, subcommittees and meeting information.
SASC UK works on a number of issues affecting SAS doctors. View the key issues the committee is working on.
View a list of regional SAS committees including names of members.
Regional SAS committees meet four times a year throughout the country. Find out when the next meeting is in your region.
The SASC conference takes place every May at BMA House, London.
The SAS doctor survey was undertaken to give us evidence on the most important issues that face SAS doctors. Read the key findings of the 2015 survey.
The SSASC represents staff, associate specialist and specialty doctors working in NHS Scotland.
The NISASC represents SAS doctors working in health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland.
The WSASC represents staff, associate specialist and specialty doctors working in NHS Wales.
Have a say in how your profession is run. Participate as a non-voting committee member.
Join the BMA committee visitors scheme
Nominate yourself for a role in a committee, council or board.
A a range of initiatives to help you get more involved with committee and volunteering activities.
Remember to check and update your specialty, grade, place of work and contact details to ensure your BMA record is up-to-date.
Update your details online